Plans Underway for Large Solar Plant in South Korea

[Asia Pulse News via Yahoo.com] The South Korean Jeolla provincial government said Tuesday it plans by April to start construction on the world’s largest solar power facility with a U.S. firm to generate 17 megawatts of electricity per hour. Editor’s note: reader discretion advised. While the article mentions the involvement of Sharp Solar and Sun Power Corp., it also mentions two other companies integral to the South Korean plan that are not familiar to this editor and could not be located or verified.
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